Dean's Message

Dean Stanley WilsonIn the words of American physicist, Fritjof Capra, “The more complex the network is, the more complex its pattern of interconnections, the more resilient it will be” and nowhere is this idiom truer than in the College of Health Care Sciences (CHCS). With 10 distinct health care disciplines and 29 degree programs represented among its offerings, the college boasts one of the most multifaceted and diverse set of academics at Nova Southeastern University. The CHCS is strategically located at seven campuses including six regional, offering programs in disciplines such as Anesthesiologist Assistant, Athletic Training, Audiology, Cardiopulmonary Sciences, Exercise and Sport Science, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Sonography, and Speech-Language Pathology at campus locations in Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Jacksonville, Kendall, Orlando, Palm Beach and Tampa.

We offer entry-level programs to advanced health care studies that allow professionals to continue with their lifelong learning. The cutting-edge curricula offered in our programs help our students gain future success in their fields. The college is also committed to providing health care educational opportunities in formats that meet the needs of prospective students to include both the standard face-to-face classroom approach and innovative distance constructs. By combining the most contemporary teaching modalities with state-of-the-art technology, our students are assured of obtaining the most comprehensive education possible. We are proud of the fact that we are training our students to become skilled and compassionate health care providers who are certain to make valuable contributions to the communities they serve. If you wish to become a graduate who is prepared to assume a leadership role in health care, I encourage you to apply to our programs.

Stanley Wilson, Ed.D., PT, CEAS
Dean, College of Health Care Science